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The Callisto Protocol PS5 Is The Big Winner In UK Charts, Need For Speed Unbound Spins Out At 17

Striking Distance StudiosThe Callisto Protocol has debuted in sixth place on the physical UK All Format charts, with the PS5 version of the game account for a massive 74% of boxed sales.

It’s a solid debut for a brand new IP, although it’s similarities to Dead Space can’t really be ignored at this point, as some view it as a spiritual success to that franchise. As reported by, The Callisto Protocol’s launch sales beat other mid-level releases from 2022 including Saints Row and Gotham Knights.

Things weren’t so positive for Need for Speed Unbound, which only managed 17th place with 78% of sales on the PS5. However, the game’s marketing wasn’t exactly extensive, although it’s still disappointing for such a major franchise, not to mention the fact its sales were down 64% down on 2019’s Need for Speed Heat.

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Meanwhile, Marvel’s Midnight Suns entered the charts at 26, although the last-generation versions of the game have yet to be released. There’s more of a PC focus on Marvel’s Midnight Suns, as it’s a strategy game developed by genre experts Firaxis.

Here’s the latest UK Top 10:

  1. FIFA 23
  2. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2
  3. God of War Ragnarok
  4. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
  5. Pokemon Violet
  6. The Callisto Protocol
  7. Pokemon Scarlet
  8. Nintendo Switch Sports
  9. Sonic Frontiers
  10. Animal Crossing: New Horizons

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